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Shows, shows and more shows. There's been no shortage of spring and summer concert announcements in the last two weeks. So, which show's the one for you? Bring Me The Horizon at Seven Flags in Clive?  What about The Front Bottoms at Wooly's? Or there's always Justin Bieber at Wells Fargo Arena? How about all of the above? Check out what's going on in the city — including a few new show announcements — below. 

I GOT FRIENDS IN LOW PLACES. I MEAN ... DES MOINES. I GOT FRIENDS IN DES MOINES.

That's right, country legend Garth Brooks announced his first show in Des Moines in 23 years. That's longer than most of us have been alive, right? The show's scheduled for April 30 at Wells Fargo Arena. Tickets go on sale March 11. Find out more at iowaeventscenter.com.

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THIS IS NOT A DRILL

The Iowa Taproom opened its doors and officially began pouring from its treasure chest of 120 Iowa beers on tap. That 's right — 120 beers, all Iowa-brewed. As the story's headline says, it's the tap room Des Moines deserves. The 7,200 square foot bar is located in Des Moines' historic East Village. Find out more at iowataproom.com.

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SCRATCH AND CLAW

Des Moines' own rock 'n' roll quartet Holy White Hounds inked a deal with alternative label Razor & Tie last month. So, what's next? Juice caught up with the band to talk about the record deal, upcoming shows and how radio play from local rock station Lazer 103.3 helped break the band.

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I'M KINDA BUZZED AND IT'S ALL BECAUSE...

-- Matt, Juice.

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